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Hotels in Canary Wharf

Hotels in Canary Wharf

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A visit to London at any time of year is worthwhile. It’s a major global city, after all, offering so much to do and see. That said, the British weather can be a little unpredictable so it’s always best to be prepared. Even during the summer months, you may still need the use of an umbrella or raincoat.July and August tend to be the warmest time of the year and typically feature the least amount of rainfall. Temperatures between December and February can drop relatively low, to around 5°C, so be sure to bring warm clothing if visiting then.
Hotels in Canary Wharf put this destination’s various attractions within easy strolling distance. At little less than half a square kilometre, Canary Wharf is a pretty compact district so no matter where you stay, you’ll find its amenities easy to get to.Families will probably enjoy a visit to the local ice rink, which is just a five-minute walk from hotels in central Canary Wharf. To take advantage of this five-star outdoor facility, be sure to come when it’s open: November–February. If you’re interested in the history of Canary Wharf, a visit to Museum of London Docklands is in order. Learn about Canary Wharf’s origins as a Roman settlement and how it became a major city port, before becoming the important business district it is today.Adults can find out what makes a good beer by visiting nearby Greenwich’s Meantime Brewing Company. Learn some industry secrets and enjoy the finished product first hand. This craft brewery is just a 22-minute tube ride from hotels in Canary Wharf, and trains run regularly throughout the day.If you fancy catching a movie on the big screen, the Everyman and Cineworld are within an eight-minute walk of the centre of Canary Wharf. Cineworld usually has all the latest mainstream releases, while the boutique-style Everyman shows a mixture of new and classic films, and is lovely venue for couples to enjoy a romantic movie.No visit to Canary Wharf is complete without taking a look at One Canada Square. At 236 metres high, it’s Britain’s second tallest building after the Shard.

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